Mobile

Apple iOS 5 and iCloud, The verdict

So I’ve been using iOS 5 on both iPad 1 and iPhone 4 for a couple of days now and I thought I’d follow up on my previous post about what I thought would impact me. The first thing to note is that it took two days to update the two devices. That’s due to how long it takes to download over a relatively slow link, and how long it takes to re-flash the OS followed by a very long, slow restore of all data – around 30GB on each of my devices.

Apple iOS 5, What does it change for me?

There are some really nice looking changes on the way for Apple mobile users lucky enough to have a device that can be upgraded to iOS 5. I thought I’d throw together a quick look at how this will change things on a practical level for me as I use an iPhone and an iPad for work and personal use. Update: 2011-10-13. I’ve added some more details.


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Windows Mobile applications I use

To round off my mini-series about software I use, I thought I’d do one on Windows Mobile (AKA Pocket PC or PPC). * Pocket Informant * Keepass PPC * Microsoft Reader * MobiPocket Reader * PIM Backup * Pocket Navigator (Memory Map) * Laridian Pocket Bible * WeatherWatcher * Google Maps * Tombo * Tom Tom Navigator * SuperDoku * Bejeweled2 There are one or two other small utilities I also use and I have a bespoke WM6 installation that includes some tools.